The Skill Development Programme (Kaushalya Vikas Programme), held by Nagpur District Law Tennis Association (NDLTA), has come in praise from Governing Council Members of Maharashtra State Lawn Tennis Association (MSLTA) Mumbai and Pallavi Darade, Additional Tribal Development Commissioner and chief guest of the programme during their visit. The Programme was held at NDLTA’s Ramnagar Centre.
Skill Development Programme has been aimed at reaching out to youngsters from remote areas of Vidharba, the Adivasi youth and others. They showed their talent and bloomed to their ultimate excellence in the Programme. Sharad Kannamwar and Bharat Ojha of MSLTA were overwhelmed by the NDLTA’s venture and the training of the youths belonging to the remote parts of region. Ojha, Secretary of MSLTA, spoke high of the achievments of MSLTA in training youngsters in law tennis and the upcoming infrastructure which is being built in Maharashtra and New Delhi.
Pallavi Darade in her speech elaborated on the future prospects of Adivasi youth in receiving training from such programmes. Sunder Iyer, Treasurer of MSLTA highlighted the various programmes being conducted by MSLTA. Dr. Sudhir Bhiwapurkar proposed a vote of thanks. Vikram Naidu conducted the proceedings.
Maharashtra State Lawn Tennis Association Executive Council Members visited the MSLTA-NDLTA Tennis Center at Ramnagar in Nagpur on April 11, 2014 to view the Tennis Training Programme of Tribal Welfare Department Students under Kaushalya Vikas Scheme of Maharashtra State.